Good leadership is an essential for any successful company, but it’s not always easy for junior or first-time managers to adapt to their role. Many times, leaders look back on their career and have a whole host of new insights and knowledge they wish they’d known all along. We spoke to 5 successful managers to hear the things they wish they'd known when they started out...
Taking these simple steps onboard will help your managers greatly increase team productivity.
We’ve answered your most frequently asked questions to help ensure that introducing 360-degree feedback in your workplace runs as a smooth transition and is beneficial for everybody!
Five tips on how to make your work environment more engaging
Coaching your employees and helping them progress is the mark of a successful manager, and one that team members are highly grateful for. We take you through the top 5 ways to coach your team to success, and become a great leader yourself as you do so.
One of the main causes of active disengagement is micromanagement. When employees are micromanaged, it kills professional development. However, when leaders effecively foster an environment of accountability and autonomy, companies experience an upsurge in engagement levels.
So finding out how engaged your employees are and, most crucially, why they feel the way they do, is key to building a successful business. But what questions should you ask to find out how your employees really feel?
We give you some practical steps to take to ensure you can overcome the most common leadership challenges, and confidently support your team on their way to achieving great things for your organization.
We caught up with Trello CEO Michael Pryor and heard all about the company’s outlook when it comes to management, compensation and maintaining the best culture whilst ⅔ of the team work remote.
There are many challenges that all managers face. We’ve compiled a handy list of these challenges with tips on how to combat them, become the best manager possible, and support your team on their way to success.
IBM knew it had to overhaul its performance management system in order to keep employees engaged and motivated. The company therefore conducted a company wide survey amongst its 380,000 employees to understand the best way to go about the new performance review process.
Find out just how important it is for your team and how to create a psychologically safe environment.